Howie Mandel

Are your attendees bore-o-phobes? Touch their funny bone! Howie Mandel impersonator John Di Domenico’s comical take on the newest game show icon is right on the money. Di Domenico’s Howie Mandel impression is exact from his wardrobe, to his voice, to his shaved head. For corporate entertainment, Deal or No Deal can be reconfigured to drive content, deliver information, team-build, give-away incentives and much more.

Di Domenico’s Howie can even add a new twist to karaoke with “Sing, or No Sing” and he is a perfect judge of whether or not your "Company’s Got Talent!" We promise he does! Just ask Campbell’s Soup, MAACO or Hadassa — they all said “Deal” to Corporate Comedian John Di Domenico and were very happy when they found out all that was in the case!

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Call Lee McDonald at Key Artist Group
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Clients Say It Best

SC Johnson

John Di Domenico was simply outstanding. Not only were his interventions professionally executed, but his quickness of mind and wit were also able to take advantage of situations as they unfurled and the impact of this was not missed on anyone. Perhaps even more impressive, though, was the range of characters that John portrayed, not just broad in their number but also incredibly diverse, spanning from the original founder of our company, Samuel Curtis Johnson (1886), to his Austin Powers impersonation, with Larry King and Lt. Columbo interspersed in between. Each was executed flawlessly.

Steven P. Stanbrook
President